Another man involved in that $1.2 million armored vehicle heist in Washington a year and a half ago is heading to federal prison.
Charles Moore, Jr. was sentenced Thursday to serve just over 14 years in prison for his part in the June 2011 armed robbery of a Garda armored vehicle outside the Bank of America ATM.
Moore also has to be on five years of supervised release after his prison term, plus pay back $963,766 in restitution. The feds say that's the difference between what was lost and what was recovered.
Emmanuel Wallace III has already been sent to prison for 21 years, while Lenard Smith is still awaiting sentencing.
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